Watch your head,” Jericho says, as our kayak enters the tunnel. We duck as we float into a 1000-foot-long tube dripping with spring water. It’s dark, but we have plenty of headroom.
My husband, Benjamin, and I are deep in the hills of North Kohala on the Island of Hawaii, drifting down the hand-dug Kohala ditch system built more than a century ago. Jericho is a guide with Flumin’ Kohala, an adventure outfitter in the town of Hāwī. Their guides are locals, and Jericho knows the region well.
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